We made our own stitch!!! This happened purely by accident, I was following a tutorial online on how to crochet a spike stitch. However, after testing the spike stitch a few times, I thought it will be quite interesting to combine the spike stitch with a bobble stitch, creating a sort of polka dot pattern with the spikes in between! However, I’d say that this stitch requires a fair amount of crochet experience and knowledge, as it isn’t the most beginner friendly. Using this stitch, I crocheted two parts to create this Crochet Bobble Clutch.
Essentially, the envelope clutch pattern is one of the easiest ways to crochet your own clutch, without requiring any additional materials like zips or buttons for the closure. Instead of using the Bobble Spike Stitch, you may also create this clutch using a single or double crochet throughout.
The Crochet Bobble Clutch pattern is available via the download form below –
Crochet Bobble Clutch Pattern
This is my very first time designing a stitch from scratch, so it definitely isn’t perfect. I can imagine how cute it’ll look in pastel colors as a baby blanket or beanie though! For a clearer view of how to crochet the double crochet spike stitch, you may follow this tutorial for reference. Please give it a try and share your feedback with me on how I can improve on this stitch. I’d love to hear your opinion!
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